Diagnosis and optimization of WWTPs using the PWM library: Full-scale experiences

Autores: Tamara Fernández-Arévalo Izaro Lizarralde Mikel Maiza Galparsoro Sergio Beltrán Paloma Grau Eduardo Ayesa

Fecha: 13.02.2017

Water Science and Technology


Abstract

Given the shift in perception of wastewater treatment plants as water resource recovery facilities, conventional mathematical models need to be updated. The resource recovery perspective should be applied to new processes, technologies and plant layouts. The number and level of models proposed to date give an overview of the complexity of the new plant configurations and provides a wide range of possibilities and process combinations in order to construct plant layouts. This diversity makes the development of standard, modular and flexible tools and model libraries that allow the incorporation of new processes and components in a straightforward way a necessity. In this regard, the plant-wide modelling (PWM) library is a complete model library that includes conventional and advanced technologies and that allows economic and energetic analyses to be carried out in a holistic way. This paper shows the fundamentals of this PWM library that is built upon the above-mentioned premises and the application of the PWM library in three different full-scale case studies.

BIB_text

@Article {
title = {Diagnosis and optimization of WWTPs using the PWM library: Full-scale experiences},
journal = {Water Science and Technology},
pages = {518-529},
number = {3},
volume = {75},
keywds = {

aeration, full-scale simulations, global energy analysis, phosphorus management, PWM library


}
abstract = {

Given the shift in perception of wastewater treatment plants as water resource recovery facilities, conventional mathematical models need to be updated. The resource recovery perspective should be applied to new processes, technologies and plant layouts. The number and level of models proposed to date give an overview of the complexity of the new plant configurations and provides a wide range of possibilities and process combinations in order to construct plant layouts. This diversity makes the development of standard, modular and flexible tools and model libraries that allow the incorporation of new processes and components in a straightforward way a necessity. In this regard, the plant-wide modelling (PWM) library is a complete model library that includes conventional and advanced technologies and that allows economic and energetic analyses to be carried out in a holistic way. This paper shows the fundamentals of this PWM library that is built upon the above-mentioned premises and the application of the PWM library in three different full-scale case studies.


}
pubmed = {1},
doi = {10.2166/wst.2016.482},
date = {2017-02-13},
year = {2017},
}
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